Tuesday, March 31, 2015
After their meeting, Pavlopoulos affirmed Greek support for a peace settlement. He said that although Athens supported UN talks to reunite the island, Nicosia had rightly halted negotiations following Ankara’s violation of the island’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in October last year.
Addressing the Cypriot Parliament, Pavlopoulos noted that Cyprus' Exclusive Economic Zone is an area protected by European law; any violation of this area is also "a violation of the European Union and European law."
It aims to address important questions concerning the Greek economy and will present the initiatives needed to exploit the capacity of the Greek economy, in all sectors. The Forum invites members of the government, senior business executives, investors, academic experts, as Greek Listed Companies Association and the Hellenic Institute of Entrepreneurship (I.E.A) well as members of Business Associations and Chambers of Commerce to identify growth prospects in Greece. The event is held by the 2014 Forbes Global 2000: Annual list of the world's 2000 largest publicly listed corporations- Greece
Alexander Onassis Entrepreneurship Day on the premises of its Cultural Centre. The event introduces for the first time in Greece the process of scaling up a start up, which translates into steps towards sustainable development.
Top business people from across the spectrum of Greek entrepreneurship will address the public, focusing on issues such as how to inspire, support and finance successful business projects. In addition to lectures, the event includes sixteen workshops which will offer the opportunity to elaborate on matters such as communications, costs reduction, and business planning. The Scholars Association of the Onassis Foundation which is the host of the event, was founded in 1986 as an initiative on behalf of the first scholars of the Onassis Foundation. It now counts more than 1,800 scholars, both Greeks and non-Greeks.
Greek News Agenda: 2014 Disrupt, Start Up, Scale Up
The book follows the life of Ioannis Mariambas, an unconventional civil servant, whose eccentric manners shock the conservative society of Halkida.
The 17th Athens Xclusive Designers Week (AXDW) is the official trade show of the Greek fashion industry, and it is held twice a year. Its goal is to promote Greek fashion in Greece and abroad. Designers like Eleni Kyriacou, Makis Tselios, Kathy Heyndels, Athina Korda, Topshop by Sotris and many more participated in this latest edition.
As every year, the New Designers Awards is one of the most popular events of the Fashion Week. Best New Designer award was bestowed to Dimitris Ordoulidis; MK by Marios was awarded the Best Trend Setter award and Tryfonas Modestou, was selected as Best Catwalk.